Mississippi State tight end Powers Warren, son of Big Ten Commissioner, transfers to Michigan State football

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A few weeks ago, Michigan State football lost tight end Tommy Guajardo to the NCAA transfer portal. Over the weekend, they found a new tight end to replace him, and he is a player who is well connected in the Big Ten. On Sunday, it was announced that Powers Warren, son of Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren, would be joining the Spartans.

Warren will join the team as a preferred walk-on.

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Powers Warren was a 6’3, 245-pound 2-star recruit out of Minnetonka, Minnesota who played in six total games over his time at Mississippi State. He did not play last year under new Bulldogs coach Mike Leach.

Aside from Guajardo, Warren will also be coming into replace Matt Dotson, who ended his playing career due to injury.

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